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In this classic 2011 GDC game design challenge, Jenova Chen, Jason Rohrer and John Romero all pitch hypothetical games that create a combination of gameplay and religious concepts. ...
In this GDC 2012 session, Naughty Dog's Benson Russell goes over the approach and principles that Naughty Dog used to make games like Uncharted 3 as polished as possible. ...
In this GDC 2017 session, Happy Brain Science's Scott Crabtree discusses how to better manage cultures of conflict in a company in order to create more productive, less stressful work environments. ...
Qualcomm has announced its new flagship mobile chipset that we should expect to see in most 2019 high-end Android smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy S10.From an imaging point of view the most interesting news is an upgraded Spectra image signal processor (ISP) that is taking over some tasks that previously have been performed by CPU, GPU and DSP in conjunction. For example, the ISP can pro
In this GDC 2018 talk, Schell Games' Jesse Schell explores common elements in well-received game narratives in order to help developers create a story that will stick with players. ...
In this GDC 2018 session, Foxtrot Games' Randy Hoyt explores the many details that board game publishers and producers consider when turning solid game prototypes into great product experiences. ...
This week's highlights include a fascinating documentary on fighting game stalwarts Team Spooky, a hyper-analytical look at the top idle game mechanics, & lots more. ...
Following up on their review of the Nikon Z7's still photo capabilities, Chris and Jordan take a look at the Z7 and Z6 for video shooting. Both cameras – particularly the Z6 – represent a huge step forward for Nikon in terms of video, but Jordan doesn't think they're quite ready to be your primary video camera. Take a look and see what they have to say about it.Get new episodes of DPReview TV eve
In this GDC 2011 talk, Ubisoft's Eric Chahi reveals his process developing the innovative game Another World.  ...
A newly published video called "Sketches" from Russian motion graphics designer Vladimir Tomin shows the world around him being edited using video editing tools. The experimental work presents a variety of scenes in which cursors appear to cut and paste birds, type text created from twisted crane pieces, and scrape the painted line off a road.Clips from the video, which was published on Vimeo, ca


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